The word entreverían is the conditional form of entrever in the third person plural. See the full entrever conjugation.
entrever
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entrever(
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treh
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behr
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to discern)
a. to make out
Me pareció entrever una serpiente entre las hojas que había en el suelo.I thought I could make out a snake among the leaves on the ground.
2. (to sense)
a. to see signs of
Se empieza a entrever un posible acuerdo entre los dos partidos.We are beginning to see signs of a possible agreement between the two parties.
b. to guess
Entreveo que en estas vacaciones vamos a acabar discutiendo.I can guess that we'll end up fighting on this vacation.
c. to glimpse
Esta exposición deja entrever un futuro donde reina la tecnología.This exhibition allows us to glimpse a future where technology is king.
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entrever
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (vislumbrar)
a. to barely make out
2. (por un instante)
a. to glimpse
3. (adivinar)
a. to see signs of
A pronominal verb always uses a reflexive pronoun. (e.g. Te ves cansado.).
4. (general)
a. to be barely visible
no se entrevé una soluciónthere's no sign of a solution
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entrever
transitive verb
1 (vislumbrar) to make out
podía entrever una luz a lo lejos I could just make out a light in the distance; dejar entrever algo to suggest sth; hint at sth; dejó entrever la posibilidad de que me renovaran el contrato he suggested that my contract might be renewed; he hinted at the possibility of my contract being renewed; dejó entrever sus reservas sobre la moneda única he let it be seen o known that he had reservations over the single currency; estas manifestaciones dejan entrever fisuras en el partido these demonstrations seem to suggest divisions within the party
dejaron entrever su malestar por las declaraciones del primer mimistro dejó entrever que mantuvo relaciones sexuales con ella dejó entrever que hubo contactos con la mafia su comentario dejaba entrever una pena íntima
2 (adivinar) to guess
supo entrever sus verdaderas intenciones she guessed his true intentions
3 (presentir) to glimpse
podemos entrever una solución we can glimpse a solution
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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